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More Awards for the Dairy -13 in the Past Three Years

For the third year in a row Maui’s Surfing Goat Dairy has won top honors in the National Cheese Competition. The “PING PONG BALLS”, fresh Chevre balls ripening in olive oil with garlic, won a 2nd Place Award in the category “Marinated Cheeses” and the“OYSTER”, a fresh Chevre with Gourmet Smoked Oysters, won a 3rd […]

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Letter from Suzanne Cate

Greetings My friends and I visited the dairy on Tuesday of thisweek and enjoyed a great afternoon of cheese tastingand took the chores tour. We had a fantastic time andit was one of the highlights of our trip to Maui.Please pass along our thanks to the guy leading thetour that day – it was very […]

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Letter from Rick & Chris Millikan

Greetings from Vancouver, Canada. We’re back home with wonderful memories of our days spent on Maui. Our press trip was very smooth and successful for us and we greatly appreciated your support of our efforts. Visiting the amazing goat dairy and observing the incredible operation was a highlight for us. We appreciate the time you […]

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Letter from Adam Greenblatt

Aloha Hi, I toured your dairy last Wednesday with ~40 4th and 5th graders from my daughter’s school. As the children were too young to properly appreciate the fine cheeses you produce, it was left to me to, ahem, assist them with finishing off their samples. It was definitely the culinary high point of my […]

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Surfing Goat Dairy In Honolulu Magazine

  Honolulu Magazine October 2004 Joan Namkoong Chèvre, a pure white, mild, creamy cheese made from goats’ milk (chèvre means goat in French), has been the darling of many a chef for more than a dozen years. It’s found its way onto salad plates, inside quesadillas with kalua pig and sprinkled on top of pizzas. […]

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Tourists: Say, “Cheese!”

Pacific Business News Friday, December 12, 2003 A Maui cheese maker hopes to carve a niche in diversified agriculture and tourism. Thomas Kafsack, owner of Surfing Goat Dairy in Kula, which sells goat cheese to buyers nationwide, hopes to market his dairy as a working ranch to tourists, a rural retreat for high-end spenders and […]

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